New Study: High Levels of Glyphosate Found in Hospital Feeding Tubes



According to lab results conducted through funds provided by the Moms Across America organization and its supporters, the herbicide glyphosate has been found in a surprising place that could be especially harmful to the most at-risk hospital patients.

Lab tests conducted by the Microbe Inotech lab of Pediasure liquid, which is used in feeding tubes given to people ranging from babies to kids with cancer, found high levels of glyphosate.

A total of 6 of 20 samples of the liquid tested at levels above 75 parts per billion, or 800-1110 times higher than what has been shown to destroy gut bacteria in chickens; only 50 ppT (trillion) was shown to cause liver, kidney and sex hormone changes in rats.

The samples were sent by a Moms Across America supporter, and are the exact brand used in the pediatric rehab hospital where they were being fed to patients in need of critical care, the Moms Across America blog said in a January 5 post. 

“(We) find it appalling that our health care providers have been led to believe this feeding tube liquid is safe,” said Moms Across America Director Zen Honeycutt in the blog post. “Our children and loved ones who are depending on our health institutions to support their immune system and recovery. Instead they are being fed a liquid which scientists and knowledgeable care givers now believe is doing the exact opposite.”


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To see the full results of the lab test including charts, check out the post from Moms Across America here.

Moms Across America is an organization dedicated to exposing the health risks of GMOs and chemicals in our food including glyphosate and Roundup. For more info, check out their website by clicking here.

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